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McMullen Museum of Art
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McMullen Museum of Art Publications The McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College publishes scholarly catalogues to accompany each of its exhibitions. Edited by the exhibitions’ curators, usually Boston College faculty members, the catalogues feature essays of original research by scholars from various disciplines and contain color images of each work in a given exhibition. On art and artifacts ranging in time and subject from ancient Rome, to seventeenth-century Japan, nineteenth-century...
Newton College Newsnotes
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Newton College of the Sacred Heart was a women's college that opened its doors in 1946. The first class graduated in 1950. In 1971, the college founded the Institute of Open Education, which later became Cambridge College. However due to the coeducation of many formerly all-male colleges in universities (Boston College became fully co-educational in 1970), Newton College of the Sacred Heart struggled financially and in June of 1974 merged with Boston College. The last official class to graduate...
Kraus Musicology Collection
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The Kraus Collection is a group of 148 musical pamphlets collected by Italian musicologist Alessandro Kraus (1853-1931). The pamphlets cover areas as diverse as the history and science of music, instrument catalogs, composer and performer biographies, ethnomusicology, and Gregorian chant. Languages represented in the collection include Italian, German, English, and French. Many of these pamphlets are rare, and offer a fascinating glimpse into the study of music in the 19th and early 20th...
Newton College catalog
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Newton College of the Sacred Heart was a women's college that opened its doors in 1946. The first class graduated in 1950. In 1971, the college founded the Institute of Open Education, which later became Cambridge College. However due to the coeducation of many formerly all-male colleges in universities (Boston College became fully co-educational in 1970), Newton College of the Sacred Heart struggled financially and in June of 1974 merged with Boston College. The last official class to graduate...
Boston College Schedule of Courses
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The Schedule of Courses is a print record of all the courses offered by the university in a given semester. It serves as a quick reference for students, faculty, and advisors for use during the registration and drop/add periods. The schedule includes the course number, abbreviated title, credits, course level, instructor, day, time, building and room location, any course restrictions, registration dates and procedures, and the academic and final exam calendars. The Schedule of Courses is...
Woodstock Letters
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Between 1872 and 1969, the Woodstock Letters was the publication of record for the Society of Jesus in North America and, in its later editions, South America. It was published at the Woodstock College seminary in Maryland and was “printed for private circulation only,” intended for an exclusively Jesuit readership. Woodstock offered often candid assessments—written nearly entirely by Jesuits—of the “current events and historical notes connected with the colleges and missions of the...
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Francisco Suárez (January 5, 1548 – September 25, 1617) At the suggestion of the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies , Boston College Libraries has digitized and made accessible 119 volumes of the works of Francisco Suárez . This project commemorates the 400th anniversary of Suárez’s death and includes virtually all of the Suarez volumes held by Boston College . Suárez, a prominent Jesuit philosopher and theologian, was born in Spain and studied at Salamanca. Considered today a...
Newton College of the Sacred Heart Yearbooks
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Yearbooks contributed by the Newton College of the Sacred Heart Newton College of the Sacred Heart was a women’s college that opened its doors in 1946. The first class graduated in 1950. In 1971, the college founded the Institute of Open Education, which later became Cambridge College. However due to the coeducation of many formerly all-male colleges in universities (Boston College became fully co-educational in 1970), Newton College of the Sacred Heart struggled financially and in June of...
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Occasional Papers on the History of Boston College The Occasional Papers on the History of Boston College are a group of booklets on lesser-known aspects of Boston College history. Written by two successive University Historians, Rev. Charles F. Donovan, SJ, and Dr. Thomas H. O’Connor, they have been published by Office of the University Historian since 1982.
Textes Ignaciens
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This collection consists of Jesuit documents, selected and translated into French in the 1970s-1980s by an anonymous group of Jesuits in France and Canada. These include correspondence of St. Ignatius and documents related to the founding of the Order and the creation of its Constitutions. Arguably the most important element in this collection is the translation of the complete text of the Chronicon Societatis Iesu, a monumental history of the earliest years of the Order, by Juan-Alphonso de...
Boston College Alumni Magazines
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Books contributed by Boston College Library The alumni magazine for Boston College began in 1933. Now called "Boston College Magazine" it has had a number of previous titles: Alumnus (1933-1935); Alumni Review (1935-1936); Alumni News (1937-1970); Bridge (1970-1978); and, now, Boston College Magazine (1978- ).
Boston College Bulletin
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The Boston College Bulletin is a comprehensive document for graduate and undergraduate students, which includes the academic, administrative, and service-related information listed below: • Academic regulations and resources • Confidentiality of student records • Current course descriptions for all schools and colleges except the Boston College Law School • Degree programs for all majors, minors, and concentrations • Financial aid policies and procedures • Notice of Information...
Sub Turri: The Yearbook of Boston College
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Topic: yearbooks
The Jesuit Educational Quarterly (1938-1970)
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130
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Published under the auspices of the Jesuit Educational Association, the Jesuit Educational Quarterly primarily offered a collection of articles by Jesuit administrators and professors on the contemporary developments at their schools and on how trends in secular education comported with Jesuit principles. The observations and deliberations in the JEQ’s thirty-two volumes are but a small part of the Jesuits’ long commitment to education enterprises, a commitment dating to just seven years...
Liturgy and Life
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Established in 1978 by the Boston College Theologian and Liturgical specialist, William J. Leonard, S.J., this collection documents the liturgical movement in the American Catholic Church from 1925 to the introduction of the Second Vatican Council's reforms. Containing approximately 30,000 volumes, the Liturgy and Life collection is considered to be the most comprehensive archive in America on the pre-Vatican II Catholic Church. The digitized materials focus on the pamphlets and range in...
Jesuitica
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The University Libraries'Jesuitica Collection is comprised of books and manuscripts by and about the Jesuits, including anti-Jesuit writings, from the founding of the Society of Jesus in 1540 to the present. The collection focuses on works published prior to the suppression of the Jesuit order in 1773, and is the largest, most comprehensive collection of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. In addition to works on history, theology and philosophy, the collection includes major holdings in the...